Jim is a specialist when it comes to working in small scales. Jim's modelling in 1/72nd scale is excellent.
Marcus has been very brave on this large and impressive 1/35th scale diorama. He has used all of our types of materials expertly to produce this huge and impressive diorama
Frans Tilburg has produced a superb snowy scene using many arctic themes. He has also introduced a pair skis and a steel helmet on a pole. See if you can find them!
Steve Brodie has used our products to great effect. A good example of how less is better sometimes. The effects show a frozen muddy landscape with light snow collecting at the edges of the undulating ground
Travis produces high quality 1/16th scale vignettes using our products sparingly to produce subtle hints of the cold freezing weather. On this work, he has used our Fine snow powder to reproduce fine ledges of snow on the bricks and on the floor between the paving stones.
Nick Charnock makes great use of a vertical snowfall effect. It can be seen everywhere here. Also, he has applied soft fresh snow to the front of the tiger tank where it has been thrown there by hard use.
Frank has done a relly good job of rendering a freezing scene from the Battle of the Bulge in 1/35th scale. All the more impressive because this was his first winter scene. The armour is a Tamiya 1/35th and the airborne 101st are courtesy of Hobbyboss. We have included some original pictures of vehicles and personal to compare how great this work is. He really has shown how general the cover of real fresh snow is and how it leaves everything wintered-up.
Glen has created a lively diorama full of movement and life. The effects of heavy blown snowfall are terrific. See if you can see the footprints in the fresh snow.